- August 1999
Biotechnology: The Industry That Got Away
During the 1990s, New York City had a golden opportunity to establish itself as a national center for the emerging biotech industry. How did we blow it?
- June 1999
Putting CUNY to Work
Though underutilized up to this point, the City University of New York is a potential economic development powerhouse. With closer ties to the city's business community, CUNY could make virtually unlimited contributions to New York's economic well-being.
- May 1999
The Big Squeeze
This groundbreaking report examines how rising rents and the real estate crunch are forcing small businesses out of New York City
- December 1998
Why New York Needs a New Jobs Policy
In the Center's first look at workforce development policy in New York City, director Neil Kleiman lays out an agenda for job creation that supports economic growth.
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